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A Chinese hi-speed train achieves a reco

A Chinese hi-speed train achieves a record for unmodified conventional commercial trains, on a stretch of track between the capital Beijing and Shanghai, in Bengbu, east China's Anhui province on December 2, 2010. China's railways ministry said that one of its passenger trains had broken a world speed record, travelling at 486.1 kilometres per hour (301 mph) in a test run, state media reported. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
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A Chinese hi-speed train achieves a record for unmodified conventional commercial trains, on a stretch of track between the capital Beijing and Shanghai, in Bengbu, east China's Anhui province on December 2, 2010. China's railways ministry said that one of its passenger trains had broken a world speed record, travelling at 486.1 kilometres per hour (301 mph) in a test run, state media reported. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
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December 03, 2010
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A Chinese hispeed train achieves a record for unmodified conventional... News Photo 107294670Anhui,Beijing,Chinese,Commercial,East,Finance,High Speed Train,Horizontal,Province,Railroad Track,Record,Shanghai,Stretching,TGV,Train,TravelPhotographer Collection: AFP 2010 AFPA Chinese hi-speed train achieves a record for unmodified conventional commercial trains, on a stretch of track between the capital Beijing and Shanghai, in Bengbu, east China's Anhui province on December 2, 2010. China's railways ministry said that one of its passenger trains had broken a world speed record, travelling at 486.1 kilometres per hour (301 mph) in a test run, state media reported. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)